Vincent D. Scebbi focuses his practice on legal matters concerning personal injury and workers’ compensation. He serves as an associate attorney with the law firm Nager, Romaine & Schneiberg Co., L.P.A. He has secured bar admissions to the Supreme Court of Ohio and the United States Northern District Court of Ohio in the year 2016.
He has obtained memberships of professional organizations such as Ohio State Bar Association, Ohio Association for Justice, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, Lake County Bar Association, Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Alumni Association, and The Justinian Forum.
Before joining his current law firm, He clerked at a prestigious plaintiff’s litigation firm in Cleveland Vince and developed a strong passion for assisting personal injury victims and litigation. He has also served as a clerk for a local municipal prosecutor’s office and assisted in drafting an appellate brief before the Eighth District Court of Appeals in Ohio.
Vincent Scebbi attended the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. He focused his studies in litigation and excelled at trial work while studying law. He became a member of the Cleveland-Marshall Mock Trial Team and stood at the first place in the 2015 Case Classic Mock Trial Tournament.
He received the Best Advocate Award in the championship round and was a semifinalist in the 2016 Texas Young Lawyer Association Regional Tournament.
He became an active member of the in Civil Litigation Clinic at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and gained experience representing individuals seeking unemployment benefits. He also drafted multiple successful Petitions for Habeas Corpus before the United States Northern District of Ohio while working with the Post-Conviction Relief Clinic.
Before joining law school, he completed his Bachelors of Arts magna cum laude with major in journalism from the University of Toledo. He developed a passion for working with individuals in his community while studying there and served as the Editor-in-Chief of his college newspaper, The Independent Collegian.
The Society of Professional Journalists recognized him for his writing. He turned a sports writer for the award-winning Toledo Free Press, covering the Toledo Walleye and Toledo Mud Hens.
Attorney Scebbi is originally a native of Brunswick but lives in Cleveland now. He is also an avid golfer, loves exploring new restaurants in Northeast Ohio and enjoys trivia.
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